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Resurgit: a Collection of Hymns and Songs of the Resurrection

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d1A pathway opens from the tomb
d2Again the Lord of life and light
d3Alas poor death where is thy glory
d4All hail, dear Conqueror, all hail
d5All is o'er: the pain, the sorrow, Human taunts and fiendish spite
d6All praise to him of Nazareth
d7Alleluia, alleluia, hearts to heaven and voices raise
d8Angel [Angels], roll the rock [stone] away
d9Angels to our Jubilee
d10Arise, my soul, arise
d11Arise, my soul, awake from sleep
d12As spring's sweet breath after long wintry snows
d13As those who seek the break of day
d14Awake, glad soul, awake, awake
d15Awake, thou wintry earth
d16Behold the day the Lord hath made That peerless day
d17Blest morning, whose young, dawning rays
d18Breezes of spring all earth to life awaking
d19Calm they sit with closed door
d20Christ hath arisen! joy to our buried Head
d21Christ hath arisen! O mountainpeaks, attest
d22Christ hath [has] arisen, death is no more
d23Christ is become our Paschal Lamb
d24Christ is risen, alleluia
d25Christ is risen, the Lord is come
d26Christ, the Lord is risen again
d27Christ, the Lord is risen today
d28Christ the [our] Lord is [has] risen today, [Alleluia] [Sons of men]
d29Christ with mighty triumph rises
d30Come and let us drink of that new river
d31Come, ye saints, look here [behold] [draw nigh], and wonder
d32Come, ye [you] faithful, raise the strain
d33Dawn bursts o'er death's prison
d34Dawn of dawns, the Easter Day
d35Days grow longer, sunbeams stronger
d36Dear Savior, of a dying world
d37Death and darkness, get you packing
d38Death, thou wast once an uncouth hideous thing
d39Do saints keep holy day in heavenly places
d40Ere yet the dawn hath filled the skies
d41Eternal Father, at whose word
d42Fair spring, thou dearest season of the year
d43Far be sorrow, tears, and sighing
d44For Easter day, O lilies white
d45Forth to the Paschal Victim, Christians
d46From death, Christ, on the Sabbath morn
d47Glory be to God on high, Sang the angels
d48Hail, day of days, in peals of praise
d49Hail, day of joyous rest On which our Lord arose
d50Hail, the holy day of days
d51Hail the much-remembered day
d52Hallelujah, hallelujah, finished is the battle now
d53Hallelujah, Jesus lives, He is now the living One
d54Hallowed forever be that twilight hour
d55He comes, he comes, the tomb
d56He is risen, he is risen, tell it
d57Helped by the Almighty's arm, at last
d58Hence they have born my Lord
d59He's gone, see where his body lay
d60His mercy, and his truth
d61How brightly glows the morning red
d62How shall we keep this holy day of gladness
d63I have no wit, no words, no tears
d64I say to all men, far and near
d65If the dark and awful tomb
d66In the bonds of death he lay
d67In the tomb, behold, he lies
d68In thy glorious resurrection
d69Into the dim earth's lowest parts descending
d70Jesus Christ is risen today, Our triumphant
d71Jesus hath vanished, all in vain
d72Jesus, in spices wrapped, and laid
d73Jesus lives, no longer now
d74Jesus, my Redeemer lives
d75Jesus, the very [only] thought of Thee [You]
d76Joy, O joy, we broken hearted
d77Lamb, the once crucified, Lion, by triumph
d78Let faithful souls this double feast attend
d79Let us rise in early morning
d80Lift your glad voices in triumph on high
d81Light's glittering morn bedecks the sky
d82Lo the day the Lord hath made
d83Lo the gates of death are broken
d84Lord of all being, throned afar
d85Lord, who createdst man in wealth and store
d86Mary to her [the] Savior's tomb
d87Morning breaks upon the tomb
d88Morning of the Sabbath day
d89Most glorious Lord of Life that on this day didst make
d90Now morning lifts her dewy veil
d91Now the world's fresh dawn of birth
d92Now thy gentle lamb, O Zion
d93O Christians, let us joyful be
d94O darkest woe, Ye tears, forth flow
d95O day of days, shall hearts set free
d96O glorious Head, Thou livest now
d97O mine eyes, be not so tearful
d98O risen Lord, O conquering King! O Life of all that live
d99O thou the heaven's eternal king
d100O thou who once from death didst rise

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